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Mobsters of Framingham Auditions February 10

Filed under: Arts / Culture by News Staff at 6:05 pm on February 7, 2010

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Framingham Community Theater is seeking 14 actors (5-7 women, 7-9 men) ages 18-adult for its original mystery dinner theater production, The Mobsters of Framingham--Mystery Dinner Theater You Can’t Refuse. Auditions will be held on Wednesday, February 10, 2010, 7:00 PM, at the Performing Arts Center of ...[read more]

Bus Stop Auditions

Filed under: Arts / Culture by Deb Cleveland at 10:07 pm on June 14, 2005

FRAMINGHAM, MA --Amazing Things Arts Center is inaugurating theater in September, open cast call follows:

Auditions for "BUS STOP" by William Inge:

Time: Sunday and Monday evening, July 10 and 11, 7:00-10:00 p.m.

Place: Amazing things Arts Center, 55 Nicholas Road, Framingham (Pinefield shopping center). Directions at or 508-405-ARTS

Performances: September 9,10,11,16,17,18

Director: Dick Tellis 508-545-1336

Producer: Lee Mendenhall 508-877-7250

Auditions: Resumes helpful but not required, readings from script

Rehearsals: Flexible scheduling depending on summer vacations and availability. Probably 3/week mid-July to show.



ELMA: High school senior, very smart, but naive. Familiarity with "Romeo and Juliet" helpful.

CHERIE: Early 20's, pretty. Blond helpful but wigs available. Ability to handle Ozark Mountain accent and sing "That Old Black Magic" also helpful. She has had a short hard life but is basically tender and vulnerable. Chemistry with character of BO.

GRACE: 30-50 years old, wisecracking but motherly, personality sparks with CARL.


CARL: 30-50 years old, matches and sparks with "GRACE."

WILL: 40-50 age range, beard helpful but fakes available. Big, physically able and believably authoritative sheriff.

BO: Early 20's, chemistry with CHERIE. Wild and crazy Montana cowboy, heroic rodeo abilities, loud and boastful, which hides his basic shyness and unfamiliarity with male/female relationships.

VIRGL: Another cowboy, but much quieter, mentor to BO. Guitar ability a major asset.

DR. LYMAN: 50's. Learned and erudite, but mostly tipsy. Ability to quote poetry and join in hammy scene from "Romeo and Juliet." Hiding, but not fully, from his pedophile background.

Call or email Lee Mendenhal with questions or comments. 508-877-7250


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